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Location: Lebanon, New Hampshire
For Molecular Pathology: can perform and train on
a variety of genomics testing including but not limited to nucleic acid
isolation, PCR (end point, real-time, droplet digital), chromosome microarray,
molecular infectious disease testing, Sanger sequencing, Next Generation
Sequencing, RFLP, and familiarity with molecular automated platforms
For Cytogenetics: can perform and train on a
variety of genomics testing including, but not limited to cell culture, cell
harvest, karyotype analysis, Fluorescence
in situ Hybridization(FISH),
epifluorescence microscopy analysis, and chromosome microarray (CMA).
Participates in validation of clinical testing
and development of new clinical assays to be run in the Clinical Genomics and
Advanced Technology Lab.
Maintains quality control/quality assurance as
designated by the genomics Lead.
Analyzes, reports, and
troubleshoots data generated from cinical genomics technologies and assays such
as but not limited to NGS, PCR, FISH, karyotyping, RFLP analysis.
Has proficiency with both the
LIS and EMR.
Communicates well in oral and
Writes and reviews all applicable
Responsible for analysis of clinical
testing proficiency samples to be reported to regulatory agencies (i.e., CAP
Performs other duties as
required or assigned.
ü Bachelors in genomic related science, with
a strong academic record. With a minimum of 2 years’ experience in clinical
genomics or a related field required.
Minimum of 2 years experience with multiple clinical genomics
platforms (as outlined above).
Moderate proficiency in Microsoft EXCEL, Microsoft
PowerPoint, and Microsoft Word
Minimum of 2 years experience with various QC principles and
analysis in a clinial laboratory (ex. CLSI Standards.)
Minimum of 2 years experience with routine and
preventative maintenance, operation, and trouble shooting for technical and
software related issues.
ü Advanced written and
Required Licensure/Certification Skills:
ü ASCP (MB)
required for Molecular Pathology.
ü ASCP (CG)
required for Cytogenetics.